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No title [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 29 June 1899
'?''?. ' '. '.'?'! An interesting fact, and one not generally known, is that four counties adjoin close lt» Wellington. A person standing . on tho land of Mr. C. Barton, at Monteh'orcs, can throw n stono into the counties of Welling ton, Bligh, Lincoln, and Gordon. Thors is an old aboriginal burying ground near tho hospiaj, which is woll worthy a visifc.' There is also one on Mr. O'Bricn'u place across the Bell, with a trco marked showing the last resting piaco of a chief. Theso aboriginal burinl grounds are very in1 tore8ting. ?
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 29 June 1899
To our Subscribers, Wo regret to bear that a circular has been sent on bnhalf of Messrs. DeBobs and. Prawloy to many of the subscribers to the 'Wellington Times, requesting immediate payment of their subscriptions. Messrs.' DoBoos and -Frawley are no loiigcr in any way connected with this paper, but aiiy back subscriptions which may bo. due to thera may be paid at this, office, and HO charge will be made for col lection. _____________
Sydney Mems. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 29 June 1899
Sydney Mems. (Bt O.O.) Wo are sufforing a recovery froro fcho violent agitation of last week, when the federation battlu ended, aud the victors counted the numbers, finding a majority more thnn Mioy anticipated ; and the losers (somo of them) took their. grknel bndly. Threatenings are hen id of what the latter aio goiug to do to reverao the result, but of cotirso these aro bound to end in smoke. Mr. J. Hnjnep, M.P. foi Wellington, is a prominent example of futile threats, tho 'faot being he is well known and provokes mirth by his vaporing, and is not seriously regarded by politician?. There is general gratification in the minds of most moderate people, and expectation is now directod to tho remaining stages of the process by which the federal bond will bp completed. ' We must possoss our souls in patience,' for the best part of two years must still elapse ere the first Anstraliau National Parliament will moot. Wiso arid judicions counsols will, it is hoped, prevail in tho New South ...
Time. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 29 June 1899
Time. Time is the measurer of all things, but is itself imtueasurable. It advances like the slowest tide, bat retreats like the swiftest torrent. It j^ives wings of lightning to pleasure, but feet of lead to pain. It lends expectation a curb, but enjoyment a spur. It robs beauty of her. charms to be stow. thorn on her picture, and builds a monument of merit, but denies it a house. Time is falsehood's flatterer, but is truth's tried friend. Timo is tho greatest of thieves — for it appears to take nothing, and yet takes ill.' \ It wiflj steal' tho world from us and us from the world. It is ever flying — overcoming all thingsJn its flight. Time is tho cradle of hope, but the grave of ambition. It corrects fool-, but is the councellor of the. wise; bringing all they dread to the one, and p. 11 they desire to the other. Wisdom walks before it, Eternity and 'opportunity with it, and repentance behind it. Make it your friend, and yon will have little to fear from your enemies; but make it ...
The Seven Ages of Women. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 29 June 1899
The Seven Ages of Women. . ' All the world's a wardrobo, And all the girls and women merely wearers. They. have their fashions and their fantasies, And one she in her time wears many garments Throughout her Seven Stages. First, tho baby, Bef rilled and broidered, in the. nurse's arms. And then the trim-hosed schoolgirl, witli her flounceB And small-boy scorning face, tripping skirt-wag.. » - giugiy, Coquettishly to school. And 1 hen the flirt, Ogling like Circe, with a business toillado Kept on her low-cut oorsot -Then a bride, Full of strango Gnery, vestured like an angel, Veiled vaporously, yet vigilant of glance, Seeking the Woman's heaven, Admiration, ? Even at the Altar steps. And then tho matron, In fair, rich velvet, with suave satin-lined, With eyes severe and skirts of youthful ciit, Full of dress-saws and modish instances To teach her girls their part. The sixth ago shiftB Into the grey yet gorgeous grandmamma, With gold pince-nez on nose and fan at side, Her youthful tast...
CHURCH SERVICES. Church of England. (REV. R. BARRY BROWN, R.D. AND JOHN C. MACDIUGALL). [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 29 June 1899
CHURCH SERVICES. Clinrch of En^ land. (Rev. B. Baiihy Buown, B.D. ; and JohnO.' Maodouoall). July 2nd— Wellington, 11am (H 0), and 7.30 p mj . Bodangora, 3p m (U.C)j Dripstone, 11 am; Mimibil, 3p m ; Sluavt Town,.7.30 p in. ? ' July 9th— WollinRton,-'8.30 u m (H C), 11 n m.and 7.30 p ni ; l'onto, 3 p m ; .Gouric Bailwuy. Station, Hum; Couiobulla, 3 p m j Bodungora, 7 P nt. -.????' - July ICth— Wollington. 11 a m (H 0), and 7.30 p rn-; Bodungora, 3 .p mjGoolma, 11. a m.j Spicer's Creek, 3 p in ; Stuurt Town, 7;30 p m. July 23rd— Wellington, 8.30 a m (II C), 11 a m, und 7.30 pm.; Neuroa, 3 p in; Snntop, 11 am; Porito, 3 p m. July 30th— Wollington, 8.30 a m (E 0), 11 am, and 7.30 p m; Boduugora, 3 pm; Geurio Eailway Station, 11am; Maryvale, 3 p' in.. . Week Days.-. . July 17 tit— Dripstone, 7.30 p m. '. ..-.. July'lSth— Mumbil,7 pm. '? ? July 20th— ^Stuart Town, 7.30 p m. ?- July 2lBt-rStuart Town, 9 a ro (H 0). July 25th— Wellington, 8.30 a lif (H C) -
Latest Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 29 June 1899
Latest Cricket. DERBYSHIRE— 2nd. iunings Evershed, b McLood — ». ... ... 0 Bagshaw, b McLeod ... ... 9 Kenwaril, lbw b Lnver „ ... - ... ? 0 Sugg, retired1 ... ... .., - 1 Higson, lbw b Lavor . ... ... 12 Berwick, c Noble, b McLood - ,.~. 11 Hincock, b MpLood ... ' - - ... 29 Storor, not out '' ... ... 54 Sundries ' ... ... 15 Total . . ... ... 171 Bowling Analysis— McLeod 6 wicketa for 79', Laver 3 for 45. . Australia won the match by au innings and 261 runs. ?
Wesleyan Church. (REV. G. W. FURNER.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 29 June 1899
? - Weslevan Church. . ? '?'?? (Rev. G. W.. FtritNiw.) - -?: July: 2nd— Wolliugton, il a'ui— Mr. J. Campbell,. Suntop, 11 am; Ponto, 3p ni ;. Wellington, 7,30:p m— Rev;. G. W. Furner ; Neurea, 3 p m Mr, S. Boinbriok. .',.-.- July 9th— Wpllington, 11 a m, and 7.30, p m; Bodangora, 3 p m— Rev. G. W. Eurner/ July I6th— Wollington, lla m— Mr. HV'Ethering ton ; Neurea, 11 a m ; Curra Creek, 3;- Wei lington, 7.30 p m — Rev. G. W. Furner, Bodangora, 7.30 p m — Mr. J. Campbell. July 23rd— Wellington'll a m; Bodangora. 7.30— Rev. G-..-W.- Furner; Wellington, 7.30 pm^-Mr. ... G. Chappoll. ?' . : ' July 30th — Wellington, 11 a m ; Bodangora, 3 p m' Mr.-G. Chappell ; Ross's, 11 a^m; Spicer's Greek;- 3 p m; Wtfllihgtori,'7.30-p'.'m— Rev. G. W. Furnor.
Presbyterian Church, (REV. GEO. MILNER) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 29 June 1899
??';?'? ' .'Presbyterian Church. ? . ...?'?'? (Rev. Gbo. Milnr) ' .'* ' ' July.2ndT— Upper Spicer's Crook; ll a m; Bodaugora, . -V3 p in ; Wo'lingtou, 7.30 p m. July 9th — Yullundry, 11 a m.j Wellington, 7.30 p ni.': — ? - ? .:- ? July lGth^untop, 11 amj-Ponto, 3 pm; Wol ; lingtonj-7.30 p m. July 23rd— Lower Spicor's Crook (Ross') 11 a m ; Windora, 3 p m ; Wellington, 7.30 .p.m.'. July :30th— Wellington, 11 a m ; Geurio,' 3 p m ; Wollington, 7.30 p m.-: , . '?'???? Week Day. July 20th— Neurea. ? ' ;'
Football. FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 29 June 1899
Football. - . , .. ? r;-i^j. :_..-:; ' pixtURES.' ' '-^:; i July 1— Burrell Creole v Wollinglon,ut Wellington. i.July.Sr^WelUngton v Suntop, at Santop.;;.--';'-:''^.-rf;.i; Jjjjiy 23-r-Bodangora v Suntop, at Bodaugoi'a. ''r. ..';,': -V Tho following will represent Welliiigton agaiiist: Burrell Creek at Wellington -on 'Saturday :— ' ; ?':''?' '' ' ? :[ £v.»pv^:i^.v. ' ;.' Back :-Btt Look.- ?'.-.,.,.,, ^:-;:^.t.:^0.^: ?-,- Three-quai;ter.S': JagobiSj^P^yl-^JFdfleiliofci Sif^ii.'E. Veechl '-: V^^V^^;;^^^;:; s'l^Five-eigHtha: Howie and Robertflonr Half : Derapsey. .?; ??' 'S^' ?::.'-? ':r~yQR_. '?'??'' :. . Wings: Keano and Weaver;: r:^ 1 For wards : O'Mara, O'Brien, Quirk, Olif ; ford, McKay. ?'? '.: : ' ? ?' ?' : ; ] Emergencies : Jennings, and Moxom. ; ? Smith and O'Mara have beon solecttid to represent the C.W.R.F.U. on Saturday against Bathursf, but it is not probable that eithar will.uiake the journey. : At a meeting of the Half- Holiday As sociation on Monday last (Mr. J. F. Beno...
The Cabinett. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 29 June 1899
I The Cabinett. ; | I Tbo rccoust ruction if the Oabinot, ? ' rendered necessary hy the resignation of | Mr. J. H. Want, has been arranged.' The ? positions ftffected and tho consequent I appointments are :— .....'. I xfr' ?°id' Pronii(-r nnfl Atlornpy-Gonoral. ? Mr. Canuthors, Colonial Treasurer. I ?«r-1.fonnP. Minister for Lands. . ? Mr. Leo, Minister for Works. Mr Jo]m Hughes, Minister for Justice \»uiiHt reaming the position of Vioe-Prosi* wnt of the Council.) Messrs. Brnnkor, Cook, and Parkos remain attboir old posts. ? Dr. Cullen was asked to take tho Vice , nwidontship of tho Council, but was unable l-- do so on ncconnt of privato rrr.eoi.«v
WARREN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 29 June 1899
WARREN RACES. I Those races camo off on Wednesday ami Tlnu'sduy last, with tho following results :— j OPKNifd Handicap.— C furlongs. JVIr. W. A. Gardinor's Hope ... ? .. 1 I Mr. O. Norton's Gozotta ... ... 2 ; Mr. J. Quinn's Willio ... ... 3 Time, lmin 20}scp. ? ?? ? : ' DisTiucT Plate Weivtsb Hakdioap— 7 furlongj. Mr. G. Ferguson's Goangra ... ..... 1 :; Messrs. Buck land fcLoCouteur's Bonfire 2 :..-., Mr.~J. Wiilkor, jun.; Prima Donna . .... 3 Won by a length and a half, Town Plate Handicap— 1 milo. /'Mr. 0. Eeir'sBob ... .... ... 1 Mr.. W. A. Gardiner's Carbisn ... 2 Mossrs Buckland & LoCouteur'sLuxury. 3 ? ? Timo, lmin. 45J;pec. . . I Railway Handicap— 5 furlongp. ? ? Mr. W. A. Gardiner's llopo.,, ? .?,..' 1 .' Messrs. Buckland & LoOout'eur's Bonfire 2 Mr, D. Matlieson's Misfortune ... 3 Time, lmin. 20scc. Visitors Handioai1— Onco round. ] ^ Messrs. Buckland & LeCoutciir'a Luxury 1 j ?v ? Mr. 0. Norton's Gozotta ...? ... 2 i Mr. J. Ly noh's Locket ? ... -...
Thoughts on the late Federal Campaign. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 29 June 1899
Thoughts on the 1 ate Fedei al Campaign. COHIEIBDTED BI B. HOTJSTON-MoNEIOB. 'Wo nro such stuff as dreams aro mado of., and our littlo lifo is rounded with a slcop.' Many a timo and offc in the history of human events have struggles beon entered upon without much hope of Buccess by either party contributing to the contest. The nn expected often happens—perhaps ?? always ' 88 a general rule— the exception proving it. At the beginning of this century we are f told, by such authorities as Harriet ii..ti'nmiii in \\p.r 'History of the Peace': | ill ?- i VlU\itMl* J »'?? ?-— — ? - ^ — 9 by 'Gibbons' in his 'Industrial History of England'; by Sir Robert Giffin, Malhall, Disraeli, Kingsley, and many others too nnmerous to mention, that England, socially and politically, had reached that stage of degradation beyond which it was scarcely possible for human beings to go, and yet re-. main and retain the character of nationhood, which since has proved such a bulwork of the people. WboD Godwiu ...
Sporting. COONAMBLE RACES. 2nd DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 29 June 1899
? : n Sporting. I : ; COONAMBLE RACES, § ??.-:-?-? 2nd Day. b : Bligh Handicap.— Sundial, 1 ; Brogo, 2 ; Fader- j| hand, 3. ; . ? . . ? ^ '?? '' ; ' g * 'Nowhiarket Handicap. — Watawu, 1; Sleep, 2; m Zarda;-3. . . ? ' S| O.J.U. Handicap. — Lilydale, 1; Cadmus, 2; Ss Braeburn, 3. H Town Plato.— Sleep, l'j Hobin Gray, 2; Motli, 3. m Steward's Purse.— Moth, 1 ; Zarda, 2. ' M ? ? ? ? ' El
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 29 June 1899
Dissolution of Partner ship. F I lAKE notice that tho partnership business here* J- tofore carried on by us under tiro stylo of ' KEE3 & HAYNES ' at Wellington as Coach builders, Blacksmiths, etc., has this day been dis solved,- by mutual consent. Tho business will in future bo carried ou by ?William Henry Rocs. Dotod this 29th Juno, a.d. 1899. : «i«n»j» WILLIAM HENRY BEES. (aigaea) J0HN HENHY HAYNES. Witness :— F. Sexmoub Hegakty, Solicitor; Wellington. To Laborers. fflENDERS are invited for DIGGING -1- TRENCHES and HOLES for planting tree* on Show Ground. To bo sent in by SATURDAY NEXT at noon. Particulars from It. Pprtbr, 'Gazette '.offieo, Wellington. ??? : . ;;y Wheat! Wheat I \T7' ANTED to Purchase 500' BAGS VV GOOD MILLING 'WHEAT. Spot Cash. ' A. WILKINS, Commerohl Hotel. Piano Tuning. W. H. PALING AND GO'S. TUNER, P. W. BUDDIE, la now in your district , and all orders addressed caro of POST OFFICE, WELLINGTON, will bo promptly attended to. t, H. YORK & COl Ha...
Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 29 June 1899
: Markets. ?The following wore tho prices fcr Now 'South Wules produco iu Sussex-stieet Sjdni'y, 011 Wed ncsdiiy j— Wheat.— N.S.W., milling, 3j Id to 3s 3J; second quality, 2a lid. Flour.— N.S.W., £6 12s (id to £7 5s ; Vic, £6 15s .to £7 15?; S A., &1 to £77»(Jd; Manitpbn^9i6s to £10. , . . Out?.— Seed, 2s ; prime food, Is 10J, medium Is 8d; TuBuianiuu, prime Is l).l, medium Is 7d lo Is 7id per bushel. ' Maize. — Market flrin. Pi inii-, 2s 9J per bushel. Peas. — Blue, to 3b lid ; prey, to 3s per bushel. Oliickwheat.— Prime, 2s 5d to2j 8d per Inisliel. Burloy. — English, 2sGd to 2i lOd ; Cupe, 2s 4d to 2s Sd; feed, 2tt 3d per bushtl. Bran— 8id to 8^d por bushel. Pollard— Sid to 8}d per bushel. Lucerne.— If untorHiver: Prime, old, £4; medium, £3 10s to £3 15s; new primo, £3 10s to £3 15sj railway prime, £4 to £4 5s ; medium £3 7s Gd to £3 15a. lfay. — Local oaten, in bundles, prjmo, £4 to £4 5s j medium, £3 10a to £3 17? Cd; off varieties, to £3 7s Od por ton, Chaff,— Imported...
Cricket. AUSTRALIA v. DERBYSHIRE. DERBYSHIRE.—First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 29 June 1899
.'.-?.:'. Cricket. AUSTRALIA v. DERBY/SHIRE, . DERBYSUIRE.— First Inning. L. G. Wright, b Noble ... ... ... 19, S. H. Evorshed, b Noblo ... .., £. ^3 H. Bagshaw, b Jones ... ' ... ... $) W. Storer, lbw, b- Noblo ... ... ... 5 . Eehward, c M'Lood, b Uowell ... v ..,--48 W.- Sugg, o Trumpor, b Noblo ~ ... ' ... 12 Wilmot, not out ... ... ^ -- „?*,-?. .'.,??- 14 T. A. lligson, bTrumblo ... ... . ..'.'0 Berwick, b Trnniblo \., ... ' I .... - 3 J. Hancock, lbw, bTiumblo - ... ,.'. 0 ,W. Bestwick, b llonell ... ... ' ... 2 . Sundries..'. ',.. ... -,„ 8 Total ? ... ... 123 Bowling Analysis.— Mi''. A.' ? Noble, .4 wickets for 42; IJ. Trunjblo, 3 ttiulots for 21 j W. P. Uowell, 2 wickets for 18 ; F. Jones, I wicket for 3t. AUSTtt \ LI ANS.-First Innings. Worrall, c Htorcr, bli-rnii-k ... ... 9 Trumble, b Higson .. ... ... 100 Noble, o Sugg, b Un^lmw .. ... , ... 15G Gregory, Ihw, b Stnri'r .... ... ^ ... 43 '1 1 iimpcr, lb , bStincr -' ..'.' - ... 11 Durlinp, not out ... *'' ^ tll 134 Inv i,...